Aberle, Sophie D., 1899-1996
- Existence: July 21, 1899 - October 1996
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Rushing discusses her experiences working with Ann Nolan Clark, Sophie Aberle, Felix Cohen, and developing a home-based sewing business.
Dates: 2005 September 9
Abstract This collection documents the professional and personal interests of Sophie D. Aberle. There is an abundance of research materials pertaining to the Pueblo and Navajo Indians, as well as general Native American issues, including relocation. Records pertaining to Aberle's tenure with the United Pueblos Agency, the Commission on the Rights, Liberties, and Responsibilities of the American Indian, and the National Science Board are included in the collection.
Abstract The collection contains photos and prints collected by Sophie D. Aberle. Persons depicted include Sophie D. Aberle and friends. Native American issues are represented by images of the Congress of American Indians (circa 1938), Indian affairs events, photos of the Commissioner(s) of Indian Affairs, the Navajo Farm Training Project, the Indian Building, and exhibits (at the New Mexico State Fairgrounds?), and the Computer Assisted Education Project.
Abstract The Ward Alan Minge Papers contain legal and historical documents (depositions, reports, exhibits, legal opinions, translations and transcriptions of Spanish and Mexican era sources, documents from the territorial and modern era) concerning New Mexico’s Pueblo Indians. Correspondences, reports, maps, and articles pertaining to the Pueblos and to various New Mexico historical associations and commissions are also included.